Lake effect snow develops late today

It’s another frosty and cold morning. If you park outside, you’ll need extra time to scrape your car off. A few more clouds move in midday, along with a chance for a couple of showers as a cold front moves through. The rest of the day is breezy and colder with lake effect snow developing late in the evening. Snow adds up in spots overnight, mainly in the NW corner of Michiana. Most areas will see less than an inch but areas close to Lake Michigan in Berrien Co. could see up to 2”.

Flurries taper off Friday morning but temperatures remain cold! It’ll be the coldest so far this season with highs only topping out around freezing. Temperatures start to improve again on Saturday with highs closer to average next week.

Today: Partly cloudy, midday shower, becoming breezy and colder with lake effect snow late, high 42.

Tonight: Lake effect snow, low 20.

Friday: Morning flurries, partly cloudy, high of 32.

Saturday: Partly cloudy, highs in the low 40s.

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